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Everyday Practicality Trumps Sports Car

Cross-shopping a rally-bred Subaru WRX with a BRZ sports coupe? I did, and here's why I chose the WRX.

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Bentley's Mulliner customization division has introduced a whole range of options for the Flying Spur, including a mini-fridge that fits between the rear seats and costs $10,135.

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Cleveland Motorsports has listed an Aston Martin Vulcan - the first to arrive in the United States - for sale on the duPont Registry for the small matter of $3.4 million.

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The Buick Regal is moderately equipped, feels premium, and offers a comfortable ride with a bit of German flair. But which is the best one to buy used?

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We've all seen them advertised online: Heavy-duty parts, regularly maintained by a shop, low mileage, cheap replacement parts, and low-price fleet cars that were once used as patrol vehicles. Great buy, right? After all, doesn't low mileage indicate the car was not used?

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As new technology rapidly proliferates the market, you won't want to be stuck with yesterday's wheels.

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The weak markets in China and Russia caused the first drop in Hyundai global deliveries since July, but the US market set a January volume record.

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Ford's application process for the GT includes questions like how often prospective owners intend to drive the supercar and their Ford ownership history.

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Whether you're a first-time classic car buyer or a diehard collector, the sexy RWD coupe with a straight-six is too charming to ignore.

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An expert's tips for shopping used cars. Step One: Make sure you don't just buy the shiniest one you see.

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More than a year since its debut in Beverly Hills, Ferrari delivered the first of ten F60 America roadsters to its proud owner at the Palm Beach Cavallino Classic.

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Winter Storm Jonas' massive snowfall made the weekend rough for the auto industry by closing factories and keeping buyers out of dealers.

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Did Tesla steal a car from the guy who ordered it? Yes and no. But mostly no.

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The Renault Zoe was Europe's most popular EV in 2015, and the French automaker saw its overall sales in the segment jump 49 percent over 2014. EVs still represent a tiny portion of overall European auto purchases.

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Just ten months after its debut, Koenigsegg has sold all 25 examples of the Agera RS it will build. At least one will come to the US.

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AM General and the NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission are offering such deep incentives on a new wheelchair-accessible MV-1 Empire Taxi that the vehicle can end up costing as little as $11,200.

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In addition to new styling, the 2017 Hyundai Elantra features a starting price of just $17,985, making it $100 cheaper than last year's model.

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Automaker 'Vigorously' Denies Claims

A Chicago-area dealership group has filed suit against FCA accusing it of paying dealers to fake sales figures and "strong-arming" in the push to move metal.

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Renault at Formula E Paris ePrix; EV sales growing in Europe

Mary Barra says GM is not providing infrastructure for the Chevy Bolt. Teslarati provides Tesla Model X buying advice. Renault is a partner of the Formula E Paris ePrix. EV sales continue growth in Europe.

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Lamborghini is tipped to reveal a limited-edition supercar in Geneva to celebrate its founder's 100th birthday. But it's already sold out despite a $2.4-million price tag.

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In Detroit, Paul Elio Explains How Things Will Work

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